North Wales Part 3 | Conwy, Llanrwst and Bodnant Gardens

Conwy

Here is the third and final instalment from our trip to North Wales! If you haven’t already seen my previous posts you can check out part 1 here and part 2 here.

In this post I’m sharing photos from our time in Conwy, and a little bit from our brief trips to Llanrwst and Bodnant Gardens. I hope you enjoy!

Conwy

Conwy comes a close second favourite out the places that we visited during our time in North Wales, after the very pretty Portmeirion.

Conwy is a medieval walled town, and is a popular tourist destination. We loved checking out the castle, the picturesque cobbled streets, the harbour and my personal favourite The smallest House in Great Britain, which is just so cute!

We actually went into Conwy on a couple of occasions, as the first visit was cut short by Max complaining of tummy ache. Of course I had to go back again the next day as we hadn’t yet had a chance to see the Smallest House in Great Britian, and I couldn’t possibly have missed that!

On our last day in Wales we planned to head to Llanrwst to have lunch at the Tu Hwnt I’r Bont tea rooms but unfortunately when we got there we found it was closed. So it was a very brief stop off to take a couple of photos. How lovely does Tu Hwnt I’r Bont look though?!

After our failed trip to the Tu Hwnt I’r Bont tea rooms, we drove over to Bodnant Gardens and had lunch in the tea room there. Bodnant Gardens is owned by the National Trust and looks like a beautiful place to visit, unfortunately the weather wasn’t on our side that day so after lunch we headed back to the house, without seeing the gardens. There are, however, some beautiful views from the carpark there so of course I had to snap a few photos, just look at that view!

Thanks for reading.


 

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